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I want to say that the photo is somewhat inaccurate of these lenses, because when you put them in your frames, it actually looks black from the outside, unlike the photo which looks brown. They actually look preeeetty sick with the blacked out tinted look. Also, these are money in the sun. Another reason why I bought them is because I have the Gold w Gold mirror, and the damn mirror scratches and then you have these big blurs in your field of vision. Mirrors look cool, but really, theyre kinda ridiculous. This goggle doesnt have a mirror coating which is ideal to me.

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Super warm, kinda dorky looking (thats the point), but so friggin EXTREEEEEEEEEEME! You can punch Glen Plake in the face wearing this beanie and get away with it

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If you find yourself saying "aye babeski, lets snag some za in the apres" Then these are perfect for you. Or if you just wanna look like the mack of the mountain, whose ready to drop some moguls at high veloctiy, this shade is also for you. Definitely a head turner, and compliment magnet (well maybe more laughs then compliments). But snow bunnies will be all about it when youre in these. Also, for other comments on here, the side shields do not come off, only the nose piece comes off. But make some niiiiiiiice turns and don't go snowblind, snag a pair!

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Safety First
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Gettin whacked in the head and losing your smarts is not the in style this season. I like the red mutiny because a) it doesn't press on my forehead like most other helmets, b) the bill keeps water out of my goggles, and c) it looks good. I've rocked this helmet for some time, probably 200 days on hill, and it has never let me down. If you think helmets are uncool, then you must've hit your head. Safety first, and if you're feelin unsafe, always take a break, perhaps in the trees.

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Safety First
5 5

Gettin whacked in the head and losing your smarts is not the in style this season. I like the red mutiny because a) it doesn't press on my forehead like most other helmets, b) the bill keeps water out of my goggles, and c) it looks good. I've rocked this helmet for some time, probably 200 days on hill, and it has never let me down. If you think helmets are uncool, then you must've hit your head. Safety first, and if you're feelin unsafe, always take a break, perhaps in the trees.

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5 5

I ride with a helmet, and I really believe that bigger is better with goggles because field of view is so important. These have the max amount of vision for a goggle that fits great with a helmet (some people can pull of EG2 with helmet, but I don't want my nose crushed). I got the White and Gold band, with Gold Mirror lens. The gold mirror lens is great for mid level light to bright light, and the bonus lens is the nightstalker blue, which is perfect for night riding and low light situations. Basically this 2 lens package is all around killer. The only issue I have is that the inside of the goggles gets soft when its wet, and can almost distort a little. Not sure if there is a way around this, but its can be a hassle. As for fogging I haven't had many issues, and I sweat a lot when I am ripping hard. Any goggle will fog in certain situations (face mask, overly sweaty on warm day, going from outside to inside a warm room) these are just properties of physics and cannot be avoided, so please disreguard most comments about goggles fogging up when they get sweaty or warm. I ride 100+ days a year and I know that most of those comments come from recreational users. Anyway this is a legit goggle, great periph, and you'll look like a boss with that big ole mirror shinin in the sun.

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I ride with a helmet, and I really believe that bigger is better with goggles because field of view is so important. These have the max amount of vision for a goggle that fits great with a helmet (some people can pull of EG2 with helmet, but I don't want my nose crushed). I got the White and Gold band, with Gold Mirror lens. The gold mirror lens is great for mid level light to bright light, and the bonus lens is the nightstalker blue, which is perfect for night riding and low light situations. Basically this 2 lens package is all around killer. The only issue I have is that the inside of the goggles gets soft when its wet, and can almost distort a little. Not sure if there is a way around this, but its can be a hassle. As for fogging I haven't had many issues, and I sweat a lot when I am ripping hard. Any goggle will fog in certain situations (face mask, overly sweaty on warm day, going from outside to inside a warm room) these are just properties of physics and cannot be avoided, so please disreguard most comments about goggles fogging up when they get sweaty or warm. I ride 100+ days a year and I know that most of those comments come from recreational users. Anyway this is a legit goggle, great periph, and you'll look like a boss with that big ole mirror shinin in the sun.

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